Zarach the children’s charity

Silentnight has delivered more than 900 mattresses and beds to children’s charity Zarach since the start of its partnership in August.

The announcement coincides with this month’s National Bed Month, which aims to raise awareness of the importance of sleep and the role of a good bed to achieve it.

Silentnight partnered with the charity last year to help deliver beds and other sleep products to children in poverty. It has provided 524 mattresses and 391 divans since then. It also works with the Comfy Group, the bedding licensing manufacturer, which has provided 831 pillows and duvets as part of the scheme.

Zarach was established in Leeds in 2017 by schoolteacher Bex Wilson, who was teaching primary school children that were struggling to focus due to sleep deprivation. She founded the Charity to ensure all children have access to somewhere safe and comfortable to sleep to enable them to succeed at school. It’s estimated that there are around 5’000 children without access to a suitable bed in Leeds alone.  

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